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Sun
23
Feb

Hospital Board receives audit report

By JOELLA LOVVORN.
 
Tuesday night, the Board of Managers of Lamb Healthcare Center spent a large part of their meeting, receiving the audit report from the years ending Sept. 30, 2013, and 2012. Presiding over the business meeting was Board President Tony Barton, who declared there was no one to address the open forum, and turned the meeting over to J. Brent Fuller, CPA with Durbin and Company, LLP, Certified Public Accountants of Lubbock. Fuller went into detail with the audit report, as he presented it through the PowerPoint on a large screen in the education room.
 
Wed
19
Feb

PAVILION GROUND BREAKING

An official groundbreaking ceremony for the Van Ashley Pavilion in Dunbar Park, was conducted Monday afternoon with Van Ashley’s daughter, City Council members, donors, community supporters, and representative from Congressman Randy Neugebauer’s office participating.
 
Wed
19
Feb

Primary early voting now under way

By JOELLA LOVVORN.
 
Early voting for the Democratic and Republican Primary elections that are scheduled for Tuesday, March 4, is now under way, and will continue until Friday, Feb. 28. Early voting is being conducted in the Lamb County Clerk’s office in the Courthouse during regular business hours through Friday, Feb. 28. There are three locally-contested races on the Republican ballot, since there are 16 candidates who are seeking the 13 county positions.
 
Wed
19
Feb

School Board calls May 10 election

By JOELLA LOVVORN.
 
The general election for the election of three School Board of Trustees was ordered by the School Board in their meeting Thursday night, and action was taken on five other agenda items dealing with that election. The three trustee positions to be filled at the May 10 election, are for Districts, 2, 4, and 5. Current trustees are Richard Thompson, District 2; Adrian Solis, District 4; and Board President, Boyd McCamish, District 5. All three of the incumbents have completed the required training, and will be on the ballot for re-election.
 
Sun
16
Feb

Black History program set Saturday, Feb. 22

February is recognized as Black History Month, or African American Month, and a special program is scheduled for 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 22, at New Jerusalem Baptist Church, 1100 East 12th Street in Littlefield. Pastor Donald Ross extends an invitation to the public to attend. Theme for the program will be “At The Crossroad of Freedom and Equality”. Deacon Ed King, member of Mt. Olive Baptist Church of Sudan, will be the special speaker.

 

Sun
16
Feb

$143,227.40 in sales taxes returned to cities

By JOELLA LOVVORN.
 
Texas Comptroller Susan Combs announced Wednesday, that state sales tax revenue to the six Lamb County cities was increased by 16.68% over the same payment period in 2013. The sales tax figures represent December sales reported by monthly tax filers, as well as October, November and December sales by businesses that report taxes quarterly. The six Lamb County cities received a net payment of $143,227.40, which is compared with the $122,748.49 received for January last year — the 16.68% increase.

 

Sun
16
Feb

Type ‘B’ LEDC assists city with prison bond payment

By JOELLA LOVVORN.
 
At their 10-minute meeting at noon Wednesday, directors of the Type B Littlefield Economic Development Corporation approved a request from the City of Littlefield for assistance with the February bond payments for the Bill Clayton Detention Center. Board President Chuck Smith explained that funds were available to make the $542,620 total bond payment. He explained, “$387,000 is available from the Bill Clayton Detention Center Interest and Sinking Fund; and $155,620 is available from the Littlefield Economic Development Corporation Type B account.”

 

Tue
11
Feb

HEART SMART & HEALTHY

The women who attended the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, Lamb County-sponsored program “Hear Smart and Healthy” at noon Friday, Feb. 7, at the Our Place Activity Center in Laguna Park, learned many tips on eating healthy foods, in order to stay healthy. On the right, Littlefield physician, Dr. Isabel Molina, described the program she was showing on the large screen, as a tasty, but healthy meal was being enjoyed. Dr. Molina advised that everyone should eat six vegetables and four fruits every day—“90% of things God has made, 
 
Tue
11
Feb

SUDAN TEAMS WIN TOURNAMENT

The Sudan CX Debate teams set a new school record as they won first, second, and third places, and swept the top spots  at the District 5-1A UIL CX Debate District Tournament this past Thursday. The top two teams have  earned the right to compete at the State UIL CX Debate Tournament in Austin in March. The third-place team was the freshman team of Anakin Cantu and Andrew Harper; the secondplace team is composed of Seniors Alex Hernandez and Deric McCurry, and the first-place team is Junior student, Brianna Azua and Sophomore student, Jose Melendez. Fourth place was awarded to Morton.
 
Tue
11
Feb

RIBBON-CUTTING CEREMONY

Security State Bank of Littlefield has opened its Drive-Through Service, ATM machine, and Deposit Drop Box in the Tunnel  adjacent to the bank. The Littlefield Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture sponsored a special ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday afternoon on the exit of the drive-through, onto Phelps Avenue.

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